Tom Ford opens a second Paris store
today Jan 14, 2013
The second Tom Ford location in Paris has opened at 376 rue Saint-Honoré. The store opened in mid-December and houses the Texan-born designer’s women’s and menswear, as well make-up, fragrances and sunglasses. The store, formerly occupied by Zegna, was designed by the architect Simon Ibgui, who was also responsible for the design of the Tom Ford’s first Paris store.
This week celebrates the first Tom Ford men’s wear show in London. The designer took the opportunity to talk to the press about the brand’s expansion in terms of retail. The luxury brand is currently 67 outlets across the world, including department stores, boutiques and the brand’s own stores in Beijing, Beverly Hills, New York, Las Vegas and Milan. Plans are in place for a new Tom Ford flagship store in Sloane Street in London.